Lucerne - Wolhusen
Over a small hill you make your way out of the city center of Lucerne. Soon you reach the banks of “Kleine Emme”, a small river that leads your way to the monastery Werthenstein, a famous pilgrimage spot. From here Wolhusen is in short walking distance.
Hotel (example): Hotel Rebstock
Wolhusen – Luthern Bad
After a short walk you reach the “Wiggerewald”, a small forest. Here you walk through a pristine valley. Keep your eyes open, gold could be found in the Emmental for some time and maybe it is not only the sun that is sparkling in the quiet rivers. When reaching “Bärrüti” a small path brings you to the Alpine panorama route, from where you have nice views on the adjacent alpine peaks.
Hotel (example): Gasthaus Hirschen
Today the most impresive part of your hike awaits you. With 1408 meters the “Napf” is the highest peak in the Emmental. From its top you have a wonderful view, but you have to manage the strenuous uphill first. On top of the hill you may take a break in a small restaurant before walking down to Lüderenalp.
Hotel (example): Berggasthaus Lüderenalp
From Lüderenalp you walk up to a ridge that brings you closer to the Alps. All day long you have amazing views on the close mountains. On your way to Langnau i. E. you'll pass Trubschachen - one of the most beautiful places in the whole region. Langnau is famous for producing the famous "Emmental" cheese. You will find many big farms there.
Hotel (example): Hotel Garni Emmental
From Langnau you walk up to Moosegg, which is a wonderful vantage point. From here you walk away from the smooth hills of Emmental to the outskirts of Berne. As soon as you reach Worb you are finished with your hike and take the public transport to the city centre of Berne.
Hotel (example): Hotel Alpenblick
Easy hikes through the hills of the Emmental. The trails are in a good condition and it’s easy to walk them but many small up- and downhills and some longer distances require good health.
- 6 overnight stays with breakfast
- Luggage transfer
- Carefully elaborated route
- Detailled route instructions
- Service Hotline
- Public transport during the tour (approx. CHF 10.- per person)
By car: Parking close to the first hotel. CHF 15.- per day.
Regular connections for the return journey from Berne to Lucerne. Costs CHF 36.- per person.
- By train: Regular connections from Zürich to Lucerne. The first hotel can be reached by foot or with public busses.